|Website||Device Product Page|
|SoC||A64 @ 1.152Ghz|
|DRAM||2GiB LPDDR3 @ 554MHz|
|NAND||16GiB eMMC, upgradable|
|Power||DC 5V @ 3A (barrel jack with unknown size), 5000mAh 3.7V Li-Ion battery, microUSB|
|LCD||1280x800 (10" 8:5)|
|Touchscreen||10-finger capacitive (Goodix GT9271)|
|Video||HDMI (Type C - micro)|
|Audio||3.5mm headphone plug, HDMI, internal stereo speakers internal microphone|
|Network||WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (Realtek RTL8723CS)|
|USB||1 USB2.0 Host, 1 USB2.0 OTG|
|Camera||2MP (????x????) front, 5MP (????x????) rear|
This page needs to be properly filled according to the New Device Howto and the New Device Page guide.
This section explains how to most easily identify your device. For a development board, explain the name(s) printed on the board. For an android device, find out the strings as reported under settings.
The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:
In android, under Settings->About Tablet, you will find:
- Model Number: DEVICE
- Build Number: SOC_BOARD_DEVICE_*.*
Currently supported by out-of-tree mainline Linux forks.
You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.
As we currently do not have any specific U-Boot config for this device, Use the pine64-lts_defconfig build target temporarily as a hack.
Currently not supported in mainline.
Use the sun50i-a64-pinetab.dtb device-tree binary in the downstream forked kernel at .
Use the fel-sdboot.sunxi file in sunxi-tools to enter FEL mode.
Adding a serial port
PineTabs have the serial port multiplexed with the audio jack, see  for the pinout.
There's a switch to switch audio jack between headphone and UART, located near the microSD slot.
Use Plastic tool to loose the plastic clips between the main body and the back cover. Finish this operation at the side that the keyboard pogo pins are located.
Take some pictures of your device, upload them, and add them here. DO NOT UPLOAD PICTURES WHICH YOU PLUCKED OFF THE INTERNET.